As the temperatures heat up and the ice breaks away, the community of Hague is making preparations for an annual tradition to help ring in the summer season.
Funding to renovate the historic Ticonderoga High School auditorium will be part of a multi-million dollar capital improvement project district voters are being asked to approve May 19.
The Hague Creek Gallery has some openings available for art shows.
The Ticonderoga Festival Guild has begun a new “In School” initiative.
The Ticonderoga Festival Guild launched its 2015 season Saturday, March 21, with a dinner and concert at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Ticonderoga.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) has announced the 2015 Congressional Art Competition for New York’s 21st district.
A troupe of student-actors from Moriah Central School were recently honored with the Ultimate Contribution Award from the Task Force Against Bullying.
After correctly answering the question, “where would you find an aglet,” Ticonderoga Quiz Bowl member Josie Worley offered the reason she knew the answer was the plastic seal on the end of a shoestring.
Performances will take place at 7 p.m. both days and will feature a student led cast acting, singing and dancing their way through the classic tale of the girl who dreamed to go to the ball.
The Adirondack Shakespeare Company is launching its first spring tour of upstate New York this year with productions of “Romeo & Juliet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Take a classic tale and add recent music, and you have a recipe members of the Crown Point Central School drama club know will be a winning combination.
The Ticonderoga Elementary musical performance, made up of students from grades 3-5, will be “Hansel and Gretel,” adapted by advisor and director Wayne Chagnon, Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m. in the elementary school auditorium.
The ADK Shakespeare Company is launching its first spring tour of upstate NY this year with productions of Romeo & Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Since 2010, students at Crown Point Central School have invited the community to an evening of arts, entertainment and food.
The Town of Chester Library's winter book sale annually draws hundreds of book collectors and avid readers from a wide area, spanning northeastern U.S. and Canada. This year, the sale features a remarkable collection of more than 600 cookbooks left to the library by the late Roberta Appleby, an area resident.